Students’ Spring Shows Go Virtual
In a year unlike any other, student performance groups have figured out how to take their spring shows virtual—in the process opening them up to broader audiences.
What It’s Like to Be a Composer During a Pandemic
Grad student Ania Vu Gr'22 is grappling with what it means to be a composer during a pandemic. Here she discusses the challenges, silver linings, and surprising ways that the past year has impacted her and other composers.
Black Education Before Brown
Andrew Feiler W’84 documents the Rosenwald schools, which educated hundreds of thousands of African Americans in the Jim Crow South.